MYPAPER, MONDAY DECEMBER 21, 2009, HOME, A6
BY SIA LING XIN, firstname.lastname@example.org
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MORE THAN SPORTS: The building will have three pools, retail and food outlets. (ARTIST’S IMPRESSION: SINGAPORE SPORTS COUNCIL)
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The complex will be equipped with a multi-purpose sports hall that can seat up to 2,000 spectators, three swimming pools, a gymnasium and a dance studio. Its two outdoor tennis courts and indoor volleyball court will meet international standards. The volleyball court will have a 12.5m-high ceiling, instead of the usual 9m-high one, which will allow international competitions to be held there.
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Wǒ de zì diǎn
Operating costs: 营业成本 - yíng yè chéng běn
Accolade: 荣誉 - róng yù
Studio: 工作室 - gōng zuò shì
Practical: 实际 - shí jì
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Work begins on new $40 million sports complex in Pasir Ris
TODAY, Monday December 21, 2009, NEWS, PAGE 8
BY Asha Pop atlal
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The new sports complex in Pasir Ris.To day File Picture
SINGAPORE — Pasir Ris residents who have been clamouring for easy access to more purpose-built sports facilities now have something to look forward to.
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The complex is designed to fit in with a park setting. It will have eight badminton courts, two outdoor tennis courts and a fully-equipped gymnasium. There will also be a 50-metre lap pool, with smaller ones for learning and wading.
Once completed, it will be the Singapore Sports Council’s 22nd Sports and Recreation Centre.
Residents took part in a sports carnival as part of the festivities.
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- TODAY, Monday December 21, 2009, NEWS, PAGE 8